Total War: Attila Review – The Huns come




In Summary
As a stand-alone expansion for Total War: Rome II does Total War: Attila much good, making it a slightly better gaming has become. In particular, the differences between the various factions and the greater role for politics has a very nice effect on the gameplay. However, sometimes the game is very challenging and sometimes you’re chance for you to feel the power of the AI. Also, the waiting times on the irritating side and running Total War: Attila difficult if your PC is not very modern. Especially an older processor can cause problems. Yet Total War: Attila altogether a comprehensive and challenging game, with more variety than its predecessors.

Variation in playing style by people
More politics
Fighting in cities spectacular
Challenging …
Waiting times
Heavy game
… But sometimes frustratingly difficult
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Price at time of publication: € 29.99
Tested version: Total War: Attila, PC (Mac OS X, Windows)
‘Phyrric victory. It stands there as silly as justified, and it is incredibly bad. After overcoming the Ostrogoths are we, repel the Visigoths, had just laid a big attack of the Huns. But where the Ostrogoths were pretty neat overcome, ended the meeting with the Huns in a veritable bloodbath, with many casualties on both sides. And where they have three armies in the area, our military reserves are depleted nice. In short, this campaign seems, with the onrushing hordes on the horizon, doomed to failure. And they call this ‘Tutorial’ …

Total War: Attila may be a stand-alone expansion to Total War: Rome II are, it is clear that a number of things well on the shovel is gone, and one is the difficulty. The artificial intelligence punishes tactical errors faster and the campaign map you are put under pressure continuously, often from different sides. Simply drop an immense army, there is not, because like in any Total War game, you will also need to take in hand the cost of your army. And we’re not even talking about the riots that threaten to break out in the cities you’ve conquered. You’d ideally your armies as a few turns leave to safeguard the peace, but those armies you needed elsewhere. In connection with the Huns, you know.

This and more passes already in review during the first three hours you Total War: Attila plays. As leader of the Visigoths get the tricks of the trade once learned. This is for two reasons fun. First, you need those lessons. More than ever, you need every weapon at your disposal to build your empire. In addition, the technical story also nice to start the Visigoths. Indeed, the Goths were the first ‘European’ people that got to do with the invading hordes from the East. The Tutorial is why it is a nice prelude to the rest of the game. Eventually, of course, to every nation with the advance of Attila and his horsemen.



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